Texas Legislature
Bills Sponsored / Joint Sponsored
Rep. Ruth Jones McClendon
79th Legislature Regular Session
Report Date: 11/19/2017

Number of Bills: 8

Report Sections: Sponsored Bills | Joint Sponsored Bills

Sponsor (7):
SB 101 Author: Van de Putte
Sponsor: McClendon
Last Action: 05/03/2005 E Effective immediately
Caption: Relating to efficiently administering and electronically monitoring certain veterans' and dependents' tuition exemptions at institutions of higher education.

SB 114 Author: Van de Putte
Sponsor: McClendon
Last Action: 06/17/2005 E Effective on 9/1/05
Caption: Relating to the removal of a member of a junior college district board of trustees for failure to attend board meetings.

SB 117 Author: Van de Putte
Sponsor: McClendon
Last Action: 05/22/2005 H Committee report sent to Calendars
Caption: Relating to the timely transfer of student information to a school district in which the student enrolls.

SB 143 Author: Wentworth
Sponsor: McClendon
Last Action: 06/17/2005 E Effective immediately
Caption: Relating to the extension of certain deadlines for certain professionals serving on active duty in the military.

SB 144 Author: Wentworth
Sponsor: McClendon
Last Action: 06/17/2005 E Effective immediately
Caption: Relating to trustees of military reservation school districts.

SB 179 Author: Wentworth
Sponsor: McClendon
Last Action: 05/24/2005 H Committee report sent to Calendars
Caption: Relating to retirement benefits for visiting judges.

SB 1088 Author: Madla
Sponsor: McClendon
Last Action: 05/25/2005 H Returned to Local & Consent Calendars Comm.
Caption: Relating to the retirement system for firefighters and police officers in certain municipalities.

Joint Sponsor (1):
SB 60 Author: Lucio | Ellis | Hinojosa
Sponsor: Goolsby | McClendon | Dutton | Keel | Talton
Last Action: 06/17/2005 E Effective on 9/1/05
Caption: Relating to the representation of certain defendants in capital cases and to the punishment for a capital felony or other felony punishable by a term of imprisonment exceeding 99 years.

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